A collaborative workspace is something that every company should set out to achieve - it is the environment that allows your staff to flourish and create ‘the next big thing’ to come out of your company.
Establishing a Project Management Office (PMO) makes it easier to manage and monitor projects – particularly useful if you’re a large organisation, or one running multiple projects. With Merger & Acquisition (M&A) activity at its highest level since before the financial crisis, more organisations are looking at ways to help bring companies and processes together. Here are four ways a PMO can help.
Some of Jersey’s largest financial companies, and professional services organisations are in the process of rationalising, and relocating. Whether you’re in the process of a move, or are wondering if relocating is the right option for your firm, here are a few points to consider.
Organisational cultures don’t change overnight and the right project framework for your organisation might not suit that of another. However, if you can focus on managing project benefits and ensuring you use benefits realisation as a measure of success, the culture of how change is initiated, delivered and managed will start to change - for the better.
For our BDO Greenlight summer event, we brought over International Futurist and U.N Gold medal Winner, Ray Hammond, to offer an insight into how Jersey might look in 2027 and beyond. With over 35 years analysing global trends, Ray Hammond is one of Europe's most experienced Futurists, predicting trends in AI, robotics, medical devices, the internet. Here are a few ideas Ray shared with us about the future of business, in Jersey and beyond.
In his first year of an FdA in Business and Management at Highlands College, Bradley Le Clercq is at BDO Greenlight for a 10-week work based learning placement. We asked Bradley to check out three classic management texts and give the modern management student's take on how relevant they are today.